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Proposal: A Style Guide for Seven | Drupal Groups

Wed, 02/20/2013 - 10:18 -- rprice

Seven theme is a special case that has to cover a lot of ground: It has to be completely accessible Mobile friendly Provide consistency across 20.000 modules Stand the test of time – as it is often the main way people interact with Drupal and one of the main ways people come to understand the Drupal brand. This is a proposal, so we hope to receive loads of feedback.

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Make a Subtheme of Bartik with the Color Appearance module wheel

Sun, 10/28/2012 - 14:06 -- rprice

By default making a sub-theme of Bartik in Drupal does not bring across the color wheel module, but with a slightly modified sub-theme set up, this can be enabled. The trick is to make a css directory and put your custom css in there and also copy across the existing bartik color css files.

themes
custom
interface
color
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Make a Subtheme of Bartik with the Color Appearance module wheel

Sun, 10/28/2012 - 14:06 -- rprice

By default making a sub-theme of Bartik in Drupal does not bring across the color wheel module, but with a slightly modified sub-theme set up, this can be enabled. The trick is to make a css directory and put your custom css in there and also copy across the existing bartik color css files.

themes
custom
interface
color
drupaleasypodcast

An All-New Zen with the Same Guiding Principles | Palantir.net

Mon, 06/18/2012 - 11:33 -- rprice

front-end performance is more critical then back-end performance. Front-end performance is also a critical priority for Zen. That’s why Zen 5’s markup and CSS footprint is so small. After turning on Sass production-mode compilation, the total CSS is only 14k; this includes the layout, vertical rhythm support, print styles, all the appropriate vender prefixes (like -o and -khtml), CSS3-prettified tab styling and the 3 menu images that are included via Data URIs into the CSS. Zen includes no images and only 2 JavaScripts (which are only loaded conditionally by IE8 and lower,

johnalbin
palantir
performance
sass
html5
htm
base_themes
themes
drupaleasypodcast

An All-New Zen with the Same Guiding Principles | Palantir.net

Fri, 06/08/2012 - 13:17 -- rprice

Front-end performance is also a critical priority for Zen. That’s why Zen 5’s markup and CSS footprint is so small. After turning on Sass production-mode compilation, the total CSS is only 14k; this includes the layout, vertical rhythm support, print styles, all the appropriate vender prefixes (like -o and -khtml), CSS3-prettified tab styling and the 3 menu images that are included via Data URIs into the CSS. Zen includes no images and only 2 JavaScripts (which are only loaded conditionally by IE8 and lower, but also minified and pre-aggregated together).

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